Cerebral Palsy Birth Injuries Take Many Forms

Birth injuries are a traumatic experience, both for the child and their parents. Problems during the process of childbirth can cause serious injuries that can have permanent consequences. Sometimes these birth injuries are accidental; other times, they can be caused by doctor... Read More »

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First Zimmer Durom Cup Lawsuit Goes to Trial

The first Zimmer Durom Cup product liability lawsuit went before a jury earlier this month. The trial was scheduled for Nov. 3 in St. Clair County Circuit Court of  Illinois. The case is one of about 350 Zimmer Durom Cup lawsuits filed... Read More »

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Risperdal Bellwether Trial Set for January 2015

It is estimated that between 1993 and 2008, over 1,200 children have suffered complications in connection with taking Risperdal. One common Risperdal side effect is gynecomastia, or male breast growth. Enough cases of this have occurred that over 900 Risperdal lawsuits have... Read More »

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Cipro and Other Fluoroquinolones Linked to Liver Toxicity

Ciproflaxin, the popular oral fluoroquinolone antibiotic, has been linked to liver toxicity. While the drug also known as Ciloxan, Ophthalmic and Cipro is generally well tolerated, one in 100,000 people suffer adverse reactions such as hepatoxicity from chemical-driven liver damage. The liver... Read More »

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Fla. Cymbalta Withdrawal Lawsuit Alleges Fraud

A man from Florida has filed a Cymbalta withdrawal lawsuit against Eli Lilly, alleging that the antidepressant causes a distressing and debilitating constellation of withdrawal symptoms. Plaintiff Anthony V.'s Cymbalta withdrawal lawsuit alleges that Cymbalta side effects were devastating. According to the... Read More »

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Onfi SJS Lawsuit Filed on Behalf of Badly Injured Boy

Onfi (clobazam) has been linked to several cases of Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS), including that of an 11-year-old boy whose parents filed an Onfi SJS lawsuit after the boy allegedly suffered a devastating reaction to the anti-seizure medication. Plaintiffs Madeline E. and... Read More »

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Stockbroker Misconduct Halts Trading for Four Stocks

  The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission suspended trading in four different penny stocks over allegations the companies made unverifiable claims that they have produced products to prevent or combat Ebola. The SEC has also warned investors of possible stockbroker misconduct connected... Read More »

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Number of Mirena IUD Lawsuits Continues to Grow

The number of individuals that have filed Mirena intrauterine device (IUD) lawsuits against Bayer Healthcare has increased to about 2,500. Plaintiffs claim that the Mirena IUD, a birth control implant, has caused severe pain and damage such as a perforated uterus, pelvic... Read More »

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2 Vaginal Mesh Juries Award More Than $45M

Two separate juries within about a week of each other awarded a total of more than $45 million after finding that Boston Scientific Corp.’s transvaginal mesh inserts – designed to treat stress urinary incontinence – were defective. In the most recent case, a... Read More »

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Frontier Communications TCPA Class Action Moves Forward

An illegal telemarketing class action lawsuit against Frontier Communications Corp. will move forward despite the telecommunications company’s offer to settle the case with the lead plaintiff. A federal judge ruled that Frontier’s offer to settle lead plaintiff Diana M.’s TCPA lawsuit, filed in... Read More »

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